Cerebral Cortex 314 uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

If you've seen a link to this page on Cerebral Cortex 314, then all pages except this one are probably showing up in black and white. The reason for this is that your web browser does not support the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) technology.

CSS is recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as the method of choice for controlling physical formatting of web pages (colors, font sizes, and so on). It is much better than the "old" way of specifying physical formatting directly in the HTML source. Sites that use CSS have only logical tags in the HTML source, and the appearance of each item is specified by a separate file called a style sheet.

The only browsers that are not capable of using CSS information are versions 3.0 and earlier of Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, as well as really old browsers such as NCSA Mosaic. These browsers have been made obsolete several years ago, so if you want to browse Cerebral Cortex 314 with the correct layout scheme, we recommend that you update your browser.

If for some reason you are unable to update your browser or if you are browsing the web from a really old platform, you should visit the old version of CC314, which has text formatting specified in the HTML source.

If you have any questions or comments regarding the use of Cascading Style Sheets, please e-mail Cho'gall.

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